Paired with a floral chiffon jacket (lined) by Narelle and some sparkle glamour, the cotton broderie shift dress upgrades into a daytime formal. Narelle wore this modest outfit when she sang at "Brass from the Past", a Princess Moment you can read about here: http://boutiquenarelle.blogspot.co.nz/2010/07/princess-moment.html
Participating in outdoor activity doesn't mean modesty and femininity must be dispensed with. Nor should adherence to some modesty "code" be permitted to compromise a woman's safety. Narelle believes there's always a way to maintain balance.
Wear the shirt under the dress instead of over it, change the hat -- voila! new outfit! The graceful princess lines of the dress are emphasized by a fringed hem and contrast top-stitching using a half-zigzag.
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